According to a royal analyst, the royal family “would implode” without Kate Middleton because Prince Harry “may attack Camilla in book.”
The Duchess of Cambridge has kept the Royal Family together, and the monarchy now rests on her “thin shoulders,” according to one expert.
“In 2011, the question mark over Kate Middleton was whether a girl of such unexalted roots could effectively mature into a future Queen,” writes Tina Brown in her new book The Palace Papers.
“Now the only question is how the House of Windsor will continue without her,” she said.
“[The Royal Family] would, I believe, implode right now without her because she’s the only contemporary, attractive lady who’s well-educated, substantial in herself, who truly wants to dedicate herself to the rigours of this institution,” Brown continued. That’s something not many young women could do.”
The Duchess of Sussex’s father told GB News’ Dan Wootton that if Prince Harry and Meghan Markle decide to go over for the festivities, he wants to meet them.
There are rumours that in his bombshell new tell-all book, Harry will take aim at Camilla. “Prince Harry needs a fresh target,” an insider told The Telegraph, “and [Camilla] would do.”
“I’m sure he’ll say some hurtful things about her, or attempt to turn her into a “baddy,” but that doesn’t mean it’s true,” it continued.
Kate’s leadership abilities have been praised by royal experts and fans, who feel she has successfully completed all of her given tasks thus far, and that her people-friendly attitude and interest in public welfare initiatives will help the royal family portray a favourable image.